Tsum Tsum Food Art and Bentos

Sitting here with Z2 to study for her mid year math test tomorrow, and before I lose my temper with her I decided I would type out a quick blog post to share my back-dated photos. This is a long pictorial post as I have so many photos to upload. If you have any queries on the ingredients used do leave a comment here.

Here are some (a lot of) Tsum Tsum themed food art and bentos I have made. Tsum Tsums are so cute and adorable and they are always one of the first things to come to mind when I am trying to decide what to make. These were made over the last one month, and I had not shared them on my blog.

Here are some Tsum Tsum butts I drew on edible rice paper and placed on top of cream cheese sandwiches for Z3’s snack some weeks back. How many characters do you recognise?

Tsum Tsum Sandwich Food Art

Tsum Tsum Sandwich Food Art

 

And here is Tinkerbell and Peter Pan in Tsum Tsum form. They are filled with cheese, and details are made with nori, cheese and beans. I added in a refreshing corn salad as it was a hot day and I was waiting while the kids played in the pool.

Tinkerbell and Peter Pan tsum tsum bento

Tinkerbell and Peter Pan tsum tsum bento

 

And Chip and Dale in Tsum Tsum form too, made with rice and teriyaki sauce for the brown tint. I love the Korean nuggets in the side dish, these are store bought ones from the frozen food aisle and taste surprisingly yummy.

Chip and Dale Tsum Tsum bento

Chip and Dale Tsum Tsum bento

 

Here is a Goofy rice burger with stir-fried teriyaki beef strips. I covered the rice burger with nori before slicing in half to make Goofy. I made Pluto using a hard boiled egg dipped in a mixture of turmeric and water.

Goofy Tsum Tsum rice burger bento

Goofy Tsum Tsum rice burger bento

 

And more Tsum Tsum butts, Winnie the Pooh in one set and Donald and Daisy in the next set.

Pooh Tsum Tsum bento

Pooh Tsum Tsum bento

 

Donald and Daisy Tsum Tsum bento

Donald and Daisy Tsum Tsum bento

 

Eeyore Tsum Tsum bento

Eeyore Tsum Tsum bento

 

Another view of the Eeyore bento:

Eeyore Tsum Tsum bento

Eeyore Tsum Tsum bento

 

I coloured the rice for both Eeyore and Donald Duck using water extracted blue peaflowers.

Ok, back to checking on Z2’s math. Have an enjoyable Labour Day weekend!

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